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Get ready to once again explore New Mexico history where it happened. New Mexico Historic Sites (NMHS), a division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs … more
Days after the death of New Mexico State Police Officer Darian Jarrott, the president of the State Police Association released a video accusing the state Legislature of an “attack on law enforcement.” more
A proposed constitutional amendment making clean air, water and land a fundamental right for all residents of the state, both current and future, has cleared its first hurdle with a 7-4 vote Monday, Feb. 8, in the Senate Rules Committee. more
Local photographers continue to capture the Southwest's grace and beauty, proving that photography is much more than technical ability alone. The Doña Ana Arts Council is showcasing these … more
“My falcon now is sharp and passing empty; and till she stoops she must not be fully gorged, for then she never looks upon her lure, another way I have to man my haggard to make her come and … more
Like so many people over the past year of living life mostly at home, we’ve been staring at a closet full of boxes that seem to have been there forever. In our case, these boxes date back to … more
We left Santa Fe at 8 a.m., my wife, Sherry, and I with our two tiny dogs huddled in blankets in the back seat and a bag of sandwiches, apples, nut, brownies plus a cooler with drinks. The … more
  As a young man, Terry Marquardt began preparing for his future. He studied pre-med at the University of New Mexico, then earned his doctorate at the Southern College of Optometry. Post-doctoral and specialization training followed, and Marquardt completed board certification as a Diplomate, America Board of Optometry, specializing in glaucoma and contact lenses. more
Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument became a reality in 2014 after a lot of people came together to make it happen. Created to protect significant prehistoric, historic, geologic and … more
Starlight Projects Foundation has launched “The PARA//EL Axis,” a global collaboration of local artists engaging in community activism through art, the foundation said in a news release. more
Please join us in visiting southern New Mexico artists in their web-based galleries. While we can’t yet go to these galleries and studios and spend our time perusing the amazing work of … more
Though the world is constantly shifting, some things remain steadfastly in place. For oil painter Charlie Meckel, whose life has been full of change and movement, art has always been one of his … more
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